Hi. My name is Corinne Kerston and I am a freelance writer and blogger. I help businesses find more customers and boost their exposure through engaging content.


Why does your business need well-written content? Let’s start with a few interesting facts:

  • In 2013 and 2014, small business marketers have rated social media content, articles on their website and eNewsletters among the marketing tactics they use the most. (Content Marketing Institute)  
  • Content helps get you noticed by Google. The more content there is on your site, the more pages there are for Google to index. This further increases the chances of a page from your website ranking highly in search engine results pages. (Content Plus)  
  • The higher you rank in the searches, the higher your chances are that consumers will click on your site rather than competitors. Once they click on your link, your content will help keep them engaged. (Content Plus)

How Can I Help You?

Whether you are looking for high-quality website content, an engaging blog post, a press release, keyword –rich article or even an eNewsletter, I can help get your business noticed. Please look around to learn more about me. When you're ready, contact me and we can get to know each other better. I look forward to hearing from you and working with you.


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Contact me so we can discuss how I can help you with your business and marketing needs!


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